When you’re writing a post in WordPress, you will see a number of icons at the top of the text field. These will give you access to some applications that help you to make your post look better, such as bold, italic,
crossing out, bullet points, numbered lists, how to emphasise that some text is a quote, text alignment on the page, link creation, ‘more’ breaks and a spelling check provider.
Magic Moment #5 is looking at the end icon which is called the ‘kitchen sink’.
If you click on it, another line of goodies appears:
And now you can select the size of your headings, underline, enforce justification, change the colour of your words, paste copy into your post from ordinary text or from a Word document, remove formatting if necessary, select and insert a custom character, such as àccénts and symbols ©, indent your text and back again, return to the last action you made and get help.
But a word of warning – don’t go mad and use them all at once! Your post will become almost unreadable – they’re there to be used only when required.